Leaders Seek the Approval of God

Written by Linda Seidler Approval addiction. Most of us, whether mildly or severely, deal with the need for approval. It’s just part of our nature. We so want others to love us, love what we do, love our ministries and love our ideas. It’s just how we are wired. It can empower us and can […]

Leaders Are Persistent

Written by Mardia Lira When we say yes to God, He has the right to interrupt our lives. As a leader, we follow a dream, an idea, a God-given vision of what the future can look like. Sometimes seeing the God-given vision or arriving at the promised land takes more time than we expected. So […]

Leaders Are Courageous

Written by Heather Palacios I was born a leader, and I don’t mean that as a compliment. I literally didn’t have a say in the matter because my parents had three boys after me. This positioned me as the oldest of four children and postured me as the leader to them.   In the book […]

Leaders Have Hard Conversations

Written by Jenni Clayville Awhile back, I was having lunch with a friend. We were having a good time catching up when suddenly, the conversation slipped into something that felt really uncomfortable to me. Other people’s names came up and the conversation started feeling ugly. I was getting information I didn’t know about and definitely […]

Leaders Are Owners

Written by Brandi Wilson We will all make mistakes. It’s inevitable. Regardless of how hard we try, we are going to fail. In fact, here’s a short list of mistakes that I’ve made in the last week or so:  I refused to show gratitude to someone who had loved me well.  I gossiped to one […]